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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, oscar nominee emma stone. super bowl champion new england patriot danny amendola. and music from muna. and now, here we go, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, everybody. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. wow. how about that. did you watch that of course game last night? [ cheers and applause ] yeah. is anyone else having strangely erotic feelings about mr. clean? just me? okay. as you probably know, the new england patriots made what turned out to be the biggest
comeback in super bowl history to beat the atlanta falcs overtime last night. [ cheers and applause ] who doesn't like to see the overdogs win? you know? it's a great story. just like the election. a rich white guy married to a model from another country who seemingly had no chance of winning actually did win. the falcons were up 21-3 at halftime. and then lady gaga got the patriots all fired up and they came out and that comeback really was -- [ cheers and applause ] i am now 100% convinced that tom brady is one of those west world robots. more than 111 million americans watched the game, the fourth most watched television broadcast of all-time. advertisers paid more than $5 million for a 30-second commercial which seems like too much money to remind us that avocados exist. [ laughter ] isn't running an ad for avocados on super bowl sunday too late? it's the one day of the year we're already eating avocados.
turkey during thanksgiving dinner, it's there. football season is over too. even if you were to go, i think i'll run to the store, grab avocados, they still won't be ripe for three or four days. if you're lucky you'll be able to eat them on wednesday during "black-ish." it's not fare for football. i feel like mexico bought that ad time to say, it's not that we don't have the money for the wall, we're just not giving to it you. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] we'd rather waste that money on a commercial for dip you will make maybe twice a year. in boston patriots fans reacts with exactly the dignified, low-key reaction you'd expect. >> oh my god! they won another one! >> obviously speechless right now. >> yeah! >> this is what it's like right
i'm being mobbed right now, back to you guys. >> jimmy: that reporter is still missing, by the way. if you've seen him. because the game seemed to be at an end when the falcons were up 28-3, a lot of patriots fans hit the road. mark wahlberg who's from boston is getting abuse because he was at the game in houston, he left during the fourth quarter. he said, i had to leave the game early because my youngest son wasn't feeling well, trust me, i would have loved to be at the stadium, family first, doesn't mean i don't love my patriots too. let me tell you something. my dad is a giants fan. not even a huge fan. if i made him leave the super bowl and miss the giants comeback because i was sick? i would have been forced to grow up in the parking lot of that stadium. [ laughter ] this is a true story. when i was junior high school i threw up in class all over myself and my mother wasn't home. they had to call my father to pick me up. he had a new car. a dodge marada. he pulls up, takes one look at me, wouldn't let me in the car.
[ laughter ] he made me take off my clothes and put them in the trunk. and i rode home in my underpants. i would like mark wahlberg to adopt me. [ laughter ] mark wahlberg wasn't the only notable boston tonian to bail on the game. i watched the game at my friend adam's place with our announcer dicky, what's that band you're in the squirrel nut zippers? [ laughter ] >> dicky: no, no, no -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the mighty -- the tiny tiny -- >> dicky: they still exist. i still -- >> jimmy: you're still in the band? >> dicky: the mighty mighty bostones. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, thank you. right, right. bostone, boston. anyway. dicky gave up on his beloved patriots and the left the party too. explain yourself. >> dicky: when i heard about mark wahlberg's son, i couldn't deal with it. >> jimmy: you were so upset. >> dicky: i left a warehouse in glendale, california, i did not leave the game in houston. >> jimmy: you're right, you're right.
>> dicky: i'd do it again! because the patriots won. >> jimmy: well, you know what -- >> dicky: i credit myself. >> jimmy: that's a good way of spinning it. >> dicky: thank you. >> jimmy: last night tom brady's jersey went missing. the jersey tom brady wore during the game, he stuffed it in his bag, when he was collecting his stuff, it was not in the bag anymore, it's gone. the game was in houston. so the lieutenant governor of texas today asked the texas rangers, the real texas rangers, not the baseball team, to help the houston police department find tom brady's jersey. for real. it's only a matter of time before president trump calls the national guard in on this. [ laughter ] this is true, the lieutenant governor said it is important that history does not record that this jersey was stole stolen in texas. it is? okay. it's not exactly the kennedy assassination. so now they're out looking for it. let's try to figure this out. mark wahlberg left early, so he didn't steal it. maybe it was the equipment manager brady blamed
i hope it was him because he deserves that $500,000 or whatever the hell they're going to get for it. this might have been my favorite part of the broadcast. after the game, a former new england patriot, the great willie mcginest, paraded the lombardi trophy around, and added some very colorful commentary. it reminded us the super bowl is still a live television event. >> [ bleep ]! [ bleep ]! [ bleep ]! [ bleep ]! >> i'm kissing that baby!
>> [ bleep ]! >> jimmy: got it. a new record. so the mfvp of the game. this is a crazy 24 hours for the players. they go out all night after the game drinking and celebrating, then get up early the next morning to do interviews. this is "sports center" this morning where patriots tight end martellus bennett did his best to keep it together. >> martellus bennett, good morning and congratulations. >> good morning. >> how are you feeling this morning? what was the celebration like? >> feeling like a champion. you know, i don't know -- i never knew how champions really felt. but this morning i woke up and i felt like a champion. so this is how a champion feels. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i was wondering how a champion feels. thank you for martelling us, martellus. martellus said if the team is invited to the whi
that will be interesting. i can't wait for the day the patriots go to the white house. trump clinging on to tom brady like a "bachelor" contestant on a group date. brady trying to take one step out of frame so he can keep those endorsement deals from uggs going. trump tweeted congratulations last night. what an amazing comeback and win by the patriots. total winners, wow. i think coach b. what is he settled on instead of trying to spell "belichick." trump left early, the president left his own party in the third quarter and missed the comeback. he watched the super bowl from what he now calls the winter white house, the mar-a-lago resort he owns in palm beach. that's him during the game enjoying it, full suit and tie, just like the regular joes he represents. look at that party, like a wedding at the hilton by the airport. [ laughter ] my favorite part, widen out, his table is sectioned off with velvet rope. [ laughter ]
of his dinner. [ laughter ] we have a very strong show. from "la la land," nominated for 14 academy awards, they are total winners, wow. oscar nominee for outstanding female in a leading role, emma stone is with us. [ cheers and applause ] "la la land," if you haven't seen "la la land," a film that paints a picture of a magical hollywood in which there are no cracked-out spongebob impersonators urinating on our studio. from the new england patriots danny amendola is here. he had a huge touchdown. [ cheers and applause ] not only is danny here, this is very exciting. we have a surprise guest. danny's teammate ask probably the most beloved patriot of all of them, we're very, very honored he's here tonight, could have gone anywhere but i got a call late last night, he flew out here from houston, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the man who engineered the greatest comeback in football history, five-time super bowl
number 12, tom brady, everyone! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome, welcome. tom brady! [ cheers and applause ] here he is! >> thank you. >> jimmy: it's great to have you here. how are you feeling right now? >> feel great, like i'm going to disneyland. >> jimmy: of the five titles you won, they're all special i'm sure. was this one the most satisfying after all that happened this year with the deflategate and all that kind of stuff? >> no, it's great, i'm not focused on the past. i'm happy for my teammates. i'm happy for boston. i'm just mostly happy to be here on the show. [ cheers and applause ] i'm on the show! this is happening, i'm on the jimmy kimmel show right now! >> jimmy: i see you've got your
why are you still in uniform by the way? >> i just haven't had time to change. [ laughter ] because i've been fired up, i've been fired up! [ cheers and applause ] yeah, i just -- you know, i kind of don't ever want to take it off. >> jimmy: take your helmet off. >> no, it's my lucky helmet, i'm not going to take it off. just so much success here -- >> jimmy: i'd love it if you can take that helmet off. >> no, i'm going to leave it. >> jimmy: i think everybody wants to see -- [ cheers and applause ] >> i did it! yes! i did it! [ cheers and applause ] hey, if i'm not on the show, if i'm not on the show right now, where am i? i'm on the show!
>> jimmy: you're not on the show. >> touchdown! >> jimmy: it is not a touchdown. >> it's a touchdown! i won the super bowl and i won your stupid show! >> jimmy: you did not win the show because you're not on the couch and the couch isn't even out here. unless you're on the couch, you're not a guest on the show. >> that's not the rule. >> jimmy: guillermo, do you want to do something about this? we have an intruder here. >> sign that, mr. tom brady. >> jimmy: that's not tom brady. can we please get him out of here? >> guillermo: okay, buddy, let's go, the show's over. >> jimmy: take your stupid helmet with you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: your balls are flat! he needs mental help because that's not normal. all right. we're going to take a break, get settled here. when we come back, we have a new episode of "the bachelor" to dissect. i'm so sorry that happened. stick around, we'll be right back!
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matt, matt, how did that feel, getting over the hump and making it on the jimmy show? >> yes! it's so incredible. i've worked so hard for this. you know, all the years of just -- you know, i think it's 14 years of being in the dressing room. thinking, you know, i'm going to get out. we never gave up, never gave up. and i just want to thank -- first of all i want to thank god. because he hates jimmy so much. [ laughter ] he just made all this happen.
>> thanks, matt. listen, enjoy that win, matt. back to you, jimmy. >> jimmy: it's not a win. >> it was a win, jimmy. >> jimmy: it's not a win. >> definitely a win. >> jimmy: he was not a guest on the show, not a guest. >> yes, i was totally a guest! >> jimmy: god loves me a lot by the way. that champagne was supposed to be for emma stone, you jerk. >> whoo! yes! >> jimmy: more importantly, tonight on abc we had a new episode of "the bachelor" which is like the super bowl but with more brain damage. [ laughter ] there was plenty of crazy on this show. one of the women, jasmine, was very upset she didn't get a one-on-one date, kept complaining about it. i'm not a relationship expert. quite the opposite, you might say. but maybe if you want to spend time alone with a guy, don't do this. >> i want to punch him in the face! i like him so much but i want to choke him right now. i just want to put your ass down and be like, oh! it makes me upset. i want to choke you so bad. >> okay.
>> kind of choky. >> what's the name for it? >> choky. do you want me to show you? >> no not even a little. >> no girls ever did that to you? >> no. >> okay, great, i'll be the first. you want to do it right now? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is choky a thing? i mean -- is it like i'll give you a choky, if that doesn't work, you get a stabby? how does it go? [ laughter ] then he sent jasmine home. and tonight's two on one date was with whitney and danielle l. he sent both of them home too, which is a shame for me because i picked danielle l. to make my final lawyer. what know then is how much she likes to say the word "like." >> like like like like like like like like like like like like like like like like like like like like like like. i don't know like what his concerns could be and like why this wouldn't work out. >> jimmy: that's more likes than like instagram.
at the end of the episode he threatened to eliminate himself. nick got very emotional on this show. he told the women he's not sure he can keep doing this. i bet he can. [ laughter ] i have a feeling. i just have a feeling that he can and will. but if you think about it, "the bachelor," it's actually kind of a bummer. you you start off with 30 beautiful women fawning all over you, then keep sending them home until you're stuck with just one of them. it's counterintuitive, it should go other way, you know what i'm saying? [ cheers and applause ] if it's a game show it would be -- anyway. we're down to six. including the major villain this season, corinne, who for whatever reason is still around. everyone hates corinne, she's a 24-year-old rich girl with a nanny. but tonight we witnessed the emergence of a new villain, a particularly crafty contestant who flew under the radar for a while. now she has all the other women united against her. >> beer not here for you, we're here for nick.
monster home. >> i hope nick will send her home tonight. >> it's not for me to judge what those women believe. i've not talked to them, i've talked to him. >> a physical connection is all she is. >> i don't like her. >> nobody likes her. >> that's good, i like being the underdog. >> she's super aggressive and she has no remorse. >> she's just a big, mean swamp monster. >> no, that's just flat-out false. >> she's very calculated and analytical. >> she's totally comfortable with just lying straight to his face. >> the alternative facts. >> you were flat-out lied to today. >> alternative facts. >> make america great again. >> make america clean again. >> make america corinne again. [ cheers and applae ] >> jimmy: she's got to go next week. tonight on the show, music from muna. from the super bowl champion new england patriots, danny amendola is here. be right back with emma stone! it is one of the most powerful tools our species has created.
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. tonight, he's a super bowl champion, from the new england patriots, wide receiver and hero of last night's game, danny amendola is here. he had a touchdown last night and the game-tying two point conversion. [ cheers and applause ] they had a party then he got on a plane, flew here and flies all the way back to boston for the parade tomorrow morning. that's what they should make the losers do. right? the winners should get to sleep. you win the game, you get punished, amazing. then, this is their new album, it's called "about u," music from muna. [ cheers and applause ] this is not quite a choky but it's very close to a choky. [ laughter ] tomorrow night, will arnett will be here, gabrielle union will join us, and we'll have music from charli xcx. and later this week, zach galifianakis, kerry washington, sean hayes and music from norah jones and alicia keys.
our first guest is so good at her job, they give her awards just for doing it. she is a tour de force with a fresh new oscar nomination to prove it. her big hit musical "la la lan"" is in theaters now. please welcome, emma stone. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> whoa. [ cheers and applause ] wow, wow. >> jimmy: you see? they're excited to see a real celebrity instead of what they had to see in the monologue. how are you? congratulations by the way. >> thank you very much.
you did a -- a really great job, i thought it was fantastic. now -- did you watch the super bowl by the way? is that something that's on your radar? >> i watched -- it was on. for sure. for sure. and i paid attention to it. >> jimmy: uh-huh, okay. >> sometimes. especially that overtime. >> jimmy: it's the oscars of football, really in a way. >> yes, it is. >> jimmy: in a way the oscars are like the super bowl of acting. >> it's so nice how they both complement each other. >> jimmy: in a way you're the starting quarterback in the super bowl of acting and it seems like maybe you should have watched the game to prepare. >> i did watch the game. >> jimmy: you did. >> sort of. >> jimmy: sort of, yeah. >> that's no offense. i just don't understand the difference between like a fumble and an interception. >> jimmy: they're both bad. >> my brother was the high school quarterback. >> jimmy: oh -- >> i honestly would ruin his games. i was like, fumble! they are like, that is not a
fumble. i don't know how it still has not sunk in. but i'm an idiot. >> jimmy: does he know anything about your profession? does he have knowledge about acting? >> the rules are simpler, you know what i mean? >> jimmy: he's not yelling "cut" in the middle of something. >> no, he's not. >> jimmy: he's more considerate than you are. >> more considerate than i am. and less of a -- you know -- an absolute moron. >> jimmy: will you bring your brother to the oscars with you? i know you brought him to the golden globes with you. >> he's coming with me. >> jimmy: something weird happened at the golden globes show. we have a clip of it. i wanted to play -- damon shazell, director and writer of your film, best screenplay he won. >> yes. >> jimmy: show that clip. >> damon shazell! >> jimmy: take a look at that again in slow motion. >> oh, okay. >> jimmy: tell us what's occurring here. damian goes to kiss his girlfriend -- >> damian certainly wants to hug not me, okay.
>> jimmy: you've got to choreograph that film -- >> i'm not a highly choreographed person. >> jimmy: in general. >> no. >> jimmy: you save your best speech? because you won the s.a.g. award. you wan at the golden globes. do you hold something back for the economy award in this. >> what do you think i have a rolodex of speeches? >> jimmy: i don't know what you have. >> that's my best one, i'm going to save that for this hypothetical situation! >> jimmy: the answer is no? >> no. >> jimmy: are there relatives or people you forget, i have to definitely mention this person when i get up there, if i get up there? >> i haven't really fully thought all that through yet. now i've got more to think about. >> jimmy: yeah i feel like you really -- i'm glad we had this conversation. >> yeah, great. >> jimmy: you're going totally cold into this oscar show. we don't need another repeat of what happened at that table, at the golden globes. [ laughter ] your costar ryan gosling
here on the day you both got your hands and feet enshrined in cement across the street. >> that was a very cool day. >> jimmy: there are a lot of people with stars on hollywood boulevard. when they ask you to put your hands and the feet in that's serious. >> it's pretty crazy. >> jimmy: was it meaningful to you? >> well, it became extra meaningful to me because -- now i've disparaged myself multiple times so i won't insult myself again. but i do want to let you know that i had no idea what the hell was going on. so i thought, they're full. you know? they're full. they've got all the hand and footprints. >> jimmy: right. all the squares are full, yeah. >> this is just a fun little celebration, and they put it up in a museum somewhere. i don't know yes thought this. it wasn't explained to me, i don't think. >> jimmy: low self-esteem, maybe. >> i don't think so. it's like, that's a lot of cement. it's full. so when we went i was like, this is going to be a nice little nostalgic celebration, put our
cement. then they're going to take it away and put it inside. they were like, here's your practice one. then when you get out there for the real one and it stays out there, you'll know what to do. what do you mean it stays out there? you know, at the theater. i had no idea, then i burst into tears and humiliated myself. everybody was like, i don't understand how you didn't know this. >> jimmy: when you were a kid, did you come to hollywood and look at those hands and feet and the stars? >> when i was 12. you can go with a tourist and get your own little handprint thing. >> jimmy: you can? >> i brought it home and had it in my bedroom. >> jimmy: oh, wow. do you still have it? >> i'm sure i have it? you've got to bring that. >> i'll bring that instead of my brother. >> jimmy: how old were you when you decided, this is it, i'm going to become a profession
actor, this is what i want to do for my life? >> a professional actor? hm, probably about 14 i would say. i was like i want to do this forever. >> jimmy: did your parents, were they supportive of that decision? >> they were very supportive because i had done a bunch of youth theater, they knew how much i loved it. when i sort of decided that that was it, they were -- yeah, they were very understanding. >> jimmy: they took you seriously? i don't know -- i'm certain my dad wouldn't even let me ride in the car when i was sick, but i'm certain that if you -- >> what happened to you when you were sick? what did you have to do? >> jimmy: i had vomit on me, he had a new dodge marada, so -- [ laughter ] i don't want to make this about you -- i am going to make it about me. i'm trying to say, your parents are better than mine.
[ laughter ] >> that's an incredibly nice thing to say. >> jimmy: well, not to my parents. we're going to take a break. when we come back, yeah, tell us the story of how you told your parents. emma stone is here, her movie is "la la land." uhh! come on, moe! hey, bud. you need some help? no, i'm good. hey, you want these? uhhh...why don't you keep those, mom? come on, moe. i have to go. (vo) we always trusted our subaru impreza would be there for him someday. ok, that's it. (vo) we just didn't think someday would come so fast. i love you, son. i love you, too. all right then.
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auditions and the same thing happens every time. where i get interrupted because someone wants to get a sandwich. or i'm crying and they start laughing. or there's people in the waiting roo many and they're like me but prettier and better, because maybe i'm not good enough. >> yes, you are. >> no. no, maybe i'm not. >> you are. [ maybe i'm not. >> you are. >> maybe i'm not. >> jimmy: you are, turns out. [ cheers and applause ] "la la land" in theaters now for which you're nominated for an academy award. i want to hear this story about your parents. when you told them you're going and that's it. >> well, i didn't say it quite like that. >> jimmy: how did you say it? >> i made a little presentation for them. >> jimmy: by presentation, was this a video presentation? >> it was a power point presentation. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you gather around your computer? or did you have it projected on a wall? >> n
it was on my computer in my bedroom. and they came and sat on the bed and watched the power point. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: at the end of the power point presentation they said, okay, you can do this? >> the end of it was, "and then i'm going to wind up on jimmy kimmel and we're going to talk about this!" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: a magical storybook ending. >> all winds up with a bow. >> jimmy: at the oscars luncheon today -- >> this was about an hour ago. >> jimmy: all the nominees gather to be photographed and eat lunch. let zoom -- you see -- i don't know. >> oh-oh, oh-oh. >> jimmy: look who sneaked into this one too. it's unbelievable. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] whether he's welcome or not, he's everywhere. [ cheers and applause ] why did he get to sit in the front? >> you know, i don't know. >> jimmy: he's barely even nominated. he's a producer.
you know they don't do anything. [ laughter ] >> i think it still counts. >> jimmy: i don't think it counts as much. it should be like a short mini oscar that they give away for that one, you know what i'm saying? you watch "the bachelor," who do you think nick is going to choose? will he choose anyone? >> i don't know. who do you think -- who's jumping out as the obvious choice? i don't find -- i don't see an obvious choice. >> jimmy: you don't. >> i don't. >> jimmy: my wife knows this stuff, she finds obvious choices. >> who is she thinking? >> jimmy: she has got it down to -- well, narrowed it down -- >> vanessa. >> jimmy: yeah. >> from montreal? >> jimmy: vanessa from montreal. well, i don't know if the word is win, she's going to wind up with a guy who was once on a reality show. [ laughter ] >> that would be winning. >> jimmy: i'd rather win a scooter. [ laughter ] >> you win a spouse. >> jimmy: they should do it, "price is right" style. >> and you win a spouse and you
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two-point conversion to lead his team into overtime. >> brady. end zone, touchdown! amendola for two! toss to white. he's in! patriots win the super bowl! >> jimmy: from the super bowl champion new england patriots, please welcome danny amendola. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: first of all, thanks for being out here, quite a journey for you. have you slept at all? were you up all night? >> i was up late with snoop dog. >> jimmy: for real? did they drug test you? >> no, we're good, we're good. >> jimmy: where was snoop dogg? >> he was just chilling. >> was he at the party afterwards? >> yeah. >> jimmy: well, he's always chilling. [ laughter ]
he was running errands? so snoop dogg, who else was at that party besides the team? >> lil wayne. >> jimmy: lil wayne, wow. >> good group of guys. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you spend any quality time with lil wayne? >> no, i didn't see him. a couple of my boys got to meet him, go on stage with him, party with him. >> jimmy: you're from that area. >> from the woodlands, north side. >> jimmy: did you have to get tickets for your family and friends and all that stuff? >> a lot. >> jimmy: how many tickets did you have to get? >> 22. >> jimmy: how do you do that? >> buy them. >> jimmy: you buy them directly? you buy them directly from the league? or does it reach a point you have to go -- >> patriots hire somebody to give them to you, i guess. >> jimmy: i see. wow. >> i go through them. >> jimmy: is that a way that they keep you from being driven crazy and having to hand out all your tickets and you can concentrate, stay focused? >> they do a good job of eliminating distractions and keeping it easy for players. >> jimmy: speaking of distractions, of all your friends you brought to the game, which is the most problematic, the one you were worried about like at the party? >> my teammate chris hogan.
>> jimmy: really? >> a super bowl win, he was obviously -- he played in buffalo. we played against him four years. he came over, had a great year, stole the show, caught a lot of passes. one of out of best players this year. and after the game he did some questionable activity. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, really? thank you. you know what, i think that's good for him that you put that out there. [ laughter ] now we can keep an eye on him. >> we have a full offseason to recover. >> jimmy: a day like this, are you so happy that you don't play for the rams anymore? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> i got a good agent. >> jimmy: roger goodell, the commissioner, did he come to the party? was he invited to the party? >> i think we invited him. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, that would have been great. >> i don't know -- i don't know that he came, though. i was with snoop. [ laughter ] he wasn't there. >> jimmy: it's just a magic puff of smoke as far as you know.
>> jimmy: you may have been a dragon for all you know. >> yeah. >> jimmy: when your team is down, what, 21-3 at halftime. then it went up to 28-3. then as you know, dicky barrett, who claims to be a fan, left, he went home. what do you make of that, fans that leave? >> i don't get it. >> jimmy: nonbelievers. >> if yeah, we still got to be there, why do they get to leave? >> jimmy: i'll let dicky think about that for a while. what goes through -- what are you guys talking about in the locker room at halftime when you're down that much? >> it was a lot of points. but you know, we wanted to focus on doing our job. it's kind of the slogan that coach belichick has within the locker room. when you're down by that much, you forget the scoreboard and try to stack as many good plays up as possible. eight-minute mark, everybody knew we had a chance. if we did some things right, made some big plays. ? that's when you started thinking, this is two touchdowns, we have to get both two-point conversions. >> yep. >> jimmy: then you score one of the -- i mean, when u'
missed the game, you didn't see the game. seconds remaining on the clock. and if you don't catch this two-point conversion -- >> matt damon threw a great ball to me. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: catch this! if you don't catch that ball, you guys lose. it's all on you. does any part of you go, i hope he doesn't throw the ball to me i hope i throws it to somebody else? >> i knew the play call before we ran the play, when we were running the guys on the field, certain personnel. what they were doing defensively, matching up with us throughout the game, i kind of knew the play call when we were getting that close into the red zone. on the 1, 2 yard line. i knew it was coming. it was a matter of executing. >> jimmy: in a moment like that, do you feel you're more or less likely to catch the ball? do nerves play a role? either way, good or bad? >> ain't got time for that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't have any time for that, yeah. i guess that's why you won. [ cheers and applause ]
oh, we have the parade tomorrow. >> yeah, the parade, duck boats, going down boylston, it's going to be sweet. >> jimmy: that is going to be fantastic. your girlfriend, will she be in the parade? >> she won't be in the parade but she'll be watching. >> jimmy: i see. you won't let her out in the crowd of maniacs out in boston? >> never, never would i let her out. >> jimmy: you would not. that's probably a very wise idea. >> she's got to work so she can't make it. vacation soon. >> jimmy: okay, hey, congratulations. thanks for coming all the way out here. [ cheers and applause ] one of the greatest games ever played. there you go. danny amendola, everybody! we'll be right back with muna.
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